In 2009 I was beginning to move toward writing something of substance. A series of tough years had essentially reduced my writing output to two or three journal entries per year that consisted of essentially the same words every time: "I can't believe it's been [insert a ridiculously high number here] months since I've written … Continue reading Let Me Take You Back…
It's hard to believe that it's already release day for the first volume of my epic fantasy series, Cerah of Quadar, but it's true! A Dark Clock is now available from Northern Lake Publishing and can be purchased from Amazon.com in either Kindle or paperback format. And, because I'm a big sweety, I've even provided a way … Continue reading It’s Release Day!
I am just about as happy as a boy can be. On April 27, Northern Lake Publishing announced that my fantasy series Cerah of Quadar will be released under the NLP imprint. The first volume, entitled A Dark Clock, will be released on May 8, (yes... just eight days from today). Volumes 2 and 3 are slated to … Continue reading Say Hello to Cerah…Again!
Although my writing over the past several months has taken me in new directions, my thoughts have been recently drifting back to my first two novels, collectively the Cerah of Quadar series, and I've been dealing with the fact that I have never really been happy with the cover design. I was talking with a … Continue reading Cerah of Quadar Cover Redesigns
I'm pleased to announce a special Labor Day promotion which will give you a chance to download the Kindle version of A Dark Clock, the first volume of the Cerah of Quadar series, for free! Starting Monday the 4th and running through Friday the 8th, the electronic version of my first novel will be completely free … Continue reading Labor Day Announcement!
They say an author lives and dies by reviews. I don't know if this is 100% true. I know several authors, some of whom have gotten less than favorable reviews (read: "out-and-out pannings"), yet they are still alive. At least they are still writing, so I'm going out on a limb and saying that their … Continue reading Living and Dying (By Reviews)
Some people like the Yankees (right-thinking, good people who don't kick dogs), some people like the Red Sox (people who don't fit the previous description). Some people like Toyota, some like Nissan. Some folks like Lester Holt, some prefer Scott Pelly. Some people are asking "What's your point?" My point is that everybody has preferences. … Continue reading A Dark Clock is Now Available For NOOK